May 05, 2022 Uncategorized

The Hemingway World and Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not

Description

This is a 2 part assignment. The 1st part is to read the material and then write the initial discussion post, minimum of 250 words. The 2nd part is to write a minimum of 100 words reply to 2 classmates posts. Once the initial post is completed I will post here 2 other classmates posts for you to write a short reply to. Replies to classmates must be focused on the topic. PLEASE refrain from telling the classmate your opinion on how they wrote their post or what they could change to make it better. Focus on the topic only.

Read:

1) Hemingway. To Have and Have Not. Ch 14-26 (You must have Access to this book)

2) To Have and Have Not Learning Materials (Attached)

**THE FIRST PART MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 24 HOURS FROM THE TUTOR ACCEPTING THE ASSIGNMENT**

Discussion Assignment:

In what way is “The Hemingway World” present in Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not?

Please address the readings and learning modules as part of your post. Avoid, phrases such as: “good post,” “I think,” “to me,” “in my opinion,” and “I agree.”  Simply present your argument with supporting material from the course. 

In your peer response, offer an a parallel example to that of your peers. 

“The Hemingway World”

How does one fine meaning in a world where all traditional values and institutions have been destabilized? For Ernest Hemingway, a member of the “Lost Generation” who experienced the horrors and alienation of World War I, the search for meaning occurs in a world marked by violence, brutality, pain and alienation.  In this world meaning is no longer found in traditional institutions like romantic love, marriage, family, religion, and patriotism—Victorian morality, propriety and idealism is found absurd.  Alienation rooted in industrialization asserted as cold and uncaring, dislocates and dissolutions humanity to the point of nihilism. No longer autonomous, individual existence is determined by Freud’s psyche and Marx’s means of production.  Isolated, alone, and disaffected, all avenues of communication between human beings—between men and women, government and citizens, industry and labor—are rendered useless.  In this world Hemingway finds meaning in nature, the individual, and a passion for life.  In To Have and Have Not we find a world marked by unexpected violence, a loss of faith, and the failure of traditional institutions ameliorated by the humanization of a lost man who creates meaning in a job well done while living up to his own values.

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